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Environmetrics

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ENVIRONMETRICS

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Pedometrics R. PAUL AND N. CRESSIE B. P. MARCHANT, A. M. TYE AND B. G. RAWLINS

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T. G. ORTON, K. W. T. GOULDING AND R. M. LARK

Lognormal block kriging for contaminated soil The assessment of point-source and diffuse soil metal pollution using robust geostatistical methods: a case study in Swansea (Wales, UK)

P. GOOVAERTS

D. ALLARD, D. D’OR AND R. FROIDEVAUX

An efficient maximum entropy approach for categorical variable prediction Sampling for validation of digital soil maps

M. A. NELSON, T. F. A. BISHOP, J. TRIANTAFILIS AND I. O. A. ODEH A. H. EUSTACE, M. J. PRINGLE AND R. J. DENHAM

An error budget for different sources of error in digital soil mapping

Main image. Experimental plot with portable enclosure chambers to determine soil-gas fluxes from biologically crusted surfaces at Berrybush Farm, Botswana in a research project conducted by Manchester Metropolitan and Leeds Universities (UK).

A risk map for gully locations in central Queensland, Australia

A. E. MILNE, K. A. HASKARD, C. P. WEBSTER, I. A. TRUAN, K. W. T. GOULDING

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A. PAPRITZ, A. DÜMIG, C. ZIMMERMANN, H. H. GERKE, B. FELDERER, I. KÖGEL-KNABNER, W. SCHAAF AND R. SCHULIN

On the soil information content of visible–near infrared reflectance spectra From exploratory data analysis to geostatistical estimation: examples from the analysis of soil pollutants AND

R. M. LARK

Wavelet analysis of the correlations between soil properties and potential nitrous oxide emission at farm and landscape scales

Uncertainty of variance component estimates in nested sampling: a case study on the field-scale spatial variability of a restored soil

Lower images. Close-up of biological soil crust which can cover from 40% (and up to 90% in many undisturbed, non-grazed systems) of the soil surface (left); effects of wind on the soil (sand) surface (centre); and the roots of Lehmann’s lovegrass (Eragrostis lehmanniana Nees.) a common grass found in the southern Kalahari and adapted to local conditions (right).

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ENSO and Indian Ocean sea surface temperatures and their relationships with tropical temperate troughs over Mozambique and the Southwest Indian Ocean tropical temperate troughs; sea surface temperature; rainfall variability; Mozambique; cluster analysis; Southern Hemisphere planetary waves; moisture fluxes

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Decadal variability of the Elbe River streamflow climate variability; river streamflow; teleconnection patterns; spectral analysis

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A wavelet approach to the short-term to pluri-decennal variability of streamflow in the Mississippi river basin from 1934 to 1998 Mississippi; streamflow variability; climate fluctuations; wavelet

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Trends in snow level elevation in the mountains of central Arizona snow level; warming; Arizona; water resources; trends

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CCSM3 simulated regional effects of anthropogenic aerosols for two contrasting scenarios: rising Asian emissions and global reduction of aerosols aerosol effects; CCSM3; ENSO; teleconnection

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Estimating 10000-year return values from short time series meteorological extremes; surges; waves; precipitation; risk analysis; statistical uncertainties; extreme value statistics; outliers

H. W. van den Brink and G. P. Können

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Characterization of trace gases’ fluctuations on a `low energy’ cave (Castañar de ´Ibor, Spain) using techniques of entropy of curves carbon dioxide; radon; cave air degassing; entropy of curves; microclimatic monitoring; karst

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The temporal and spatial structures of recent and future trends in extreme indices over Korea from a regional climate projection extreme; trend; regional climate model; Korea; global warming

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Trend detection of annual and seasonal rainfall in Calabria (Southern Italy) climatic trend analysis; nonparametric tests; seasonal rainfall; Calabria

Spatiotemporal differences in the interannual variability of Baiu frontal activity in June Baiu; ENSO; interannual variation; NAO; TBO

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Ecohydrology Bearings – Invited Commentary What do we still need to know about the ecohydrology of riparian zones? T. Burt, G. Pinay and S. Sabater

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Influence of Pacific decadal oscillation and El Niño Southern oscillation on the summer monsoon precipitation in Myanmar rainfall; Myanmar; ENSO; PDO

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Geostatistical prediction of nitrous oxide emissions from soil using data, process models and expert opinion

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Key features of the new edition: l Expanded to six volumes to reflect developments in environmetrics techniques and applications during past decade l Over 60% of articles in this edition are new or revised l A new section: Environmental Engineering and Technology

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“...beautifully produced... the general quality of the articles is good...” – British Ecological Society Bulletin

“...This is an excellent and timely work that will serve as a valuable reference ....” – International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry

Editors-in-Chief Abdel H. El-Shaarawi National Water Research Institute, Ontario, Canada and Walter W. Piegorsch BIO5 Institute, The University of Arizona, USA

Hydrological Processes Fateh Chebana and Taha Ouarda both of INRS, Canada

Section Editors

Spatial and Temporal Modeling and Analysis Hao Zhang Purdue University, USA

General Marian Scott University of Glasgow, UK

The online edition of the Encyclopedia of Environmetrics will be updated with content from the 2nd edition in early 2013.

Chemometrics Clifford Spiegelman Texas A&M University, USA

Benefits of the online version include:

Ecological Statistics Charmaine Dean Simon Fraser University, Canada

l The ability to perform sophisticated full-text searches l All articles available in HTML and PDF, allowing easy printing

l CrossRef enables direct linking from references to full articles

Praise for the previous edition:

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Environmental Health Louise Ryan and Ross Darnell both of CSIRO, Australia Environmental Policy and Regulation Sylvia Esterby University of British Columbia, USA Extremes and Environmental Risk Jorge Mateu Universitat Jaume I, Spain Natural Resources and Agriculture Eric P. Smith Virginia Tech, USA

Physical Processes Mary Ann Jenkins York University, Canada

Statistical and Numerical Computing Helen Zhang The University of Arizona, USA Stochastic Modeling and Environmental Change Katherine B. Ensor Rice University, USA Statistical Theory and Methods Marc Hallin Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, and ORFE, Princeton University, USA Environmental Engineering and Technology José M. Angulo University of Granada, Spain

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his is an expanded and revised edition of an essential reference work for university libraries, research laboratories, government institutions and consultancies concerned with the environmental sciences. The Encyclopedia offers comprehensive coverage of the wide range of topics, techniques and applications that comprise this multidisciplinary field.

Publishing in both print and online the Encyclopedia will be an invaluable aid to researchers, lecturers, students, consultants and policymakers engaged in ecological statistics, climate change, geostatistics, natural resources, risk assessment, environmental health, physical processes, chemometrics, stochastic modelling, forestry, acid rain, and pollution.

Key features of the new edition: l Expanded to six volumes to reflect developments in environmetrics techniques and applications during past decade l Over 60% of articles in this edition are new or revised l A new section: Environmental Engineering and Technology

l Increased breadth and depth of coverage in key application areas such as climate science and hydrological processes l Revised and updated treatment of methodology including spatial-temporal statistics, computational statistics and modeling extremes l Greater emphasis on practitioneroriented content

Order by 31st January 2013 to save 15% off the list price Special Introductory Price £1,090 / €1,400 / $1,695 List price £1,280 / €1,650 / $1,995 6 volumes | 3,652 pages ISBN: 978-0-470-97388-2 | 2012

Also Available Online

“…strongly recommend that environmental researchers, service and education institutions consider purchasing these books for their collection.” – Journal of Statistical Computation and Simulation

“diverse and expansive...supports the editors’ definition of environmetrics...contributors... emphasize the power of computer–intensive methods and the new challenges of environmental problems...” – Technometrics

“...beautifully produced... the general quality of the articles is good...” – British Ecological Society Bulletin

“...This is an excellent and timely work that will serve as a valuable reference ....” – International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry

Editors-in-Chief Abdel H. El-Shaarawi National Water Research Institute, Ontario, Canada and Walter W. Piegorsch BIO5 Institute, The University of Arizona, USA

Hydrological Processes Fateh Chebana and Taha Ouarda both of INRS, Canada

Section Editors

Spatial and Temporal Modeling and Analysis Hao Zhang Purdue University, USA

General Marian Scott University of Glasgow, UK

The online edition of the Encyclopedia of Environmetrics will be updated with content from the 2nd edition in early 2013.

Chemometrics Clifford Spiegelman Texas A&M University, USA

Benefits of the online version include:

Ecological Statistics Charmaine Dean Simon Fraser University, Canada

l The ability to perform sophisticated full-text searches l All articles available in HTML and PDF, allowing easy printing

l CrossRef enables direct linking from references to full articles

Praise for the previous edition:

“...an excellent resource for its targeted audience...” – Short Book Reviews

PRINT SET

Sections and Editors

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l Flexible access options. Libraries can subscribe annually or for a one-time fee. Individuals can access single articles on a pay-per view basis. ISBN: 978-0-470-05733-9

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Environmental Health Louise Ryan and Ross Darnell both of CSIRO, Australia Environmental Policy and Regulation Sylvia Esterby University of British Columbia, USA Extremes and Environmental Risk Jorge Mateu Universitat Jaume I, Spain Natural Resources and Agriculture Eric P. Smith Virginia Tech, USA

Physical Processes Mary Ann Jenkins York University, Canada

Statistical and Numerical Computing Helen Zhang The University of Arizona, USA Stochastic Modeling and Environmental Change Katherine B. Ensor Rice University, USA Statistical Theory and Methods Marc Hallin Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, and ORFE, Princeton University, USA Environmental Engineering and Technology José M. Angulo University of Granada, Spain

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ENVIRONMETRICS

EDITORS-IN-CHIEF

Peter Guttorp University of Washington, USA and Norwegian Computing Center, Norway

Walter W. Piegorsch University of Arizona, USA

Combining the most powerful features of online reference works and review journals, this unique hybrid publication promotes cross-disciplinary discussion of energy technology, security and environmental impact–launching in Summer 2012. WIREs Energy and Environment is: •A  n important new forum to promote cross-disciplinary discussion of energy technology, security and environmental impact •A  n authoritative, encyclopedic resource addressing key topics from diverse research perspectives •C  ontent is fully citable, qualifying for abstracting, indexing, and ISI ranking Editors-in-Chief: Peter Lund, Helsinki University of Technology, Espoo-Otaniemi, Finland John Byrne, Center for Energy and Environmental Policy, Univers ity of Delaware, USA To opt-in now for COMPLIMENTARY access until the end of 2013, please ask your librarian to register interest at wileyonlinelibrary.com/newjournals-optin For more information please visit wires.wiley.com/energy 31-1-Cover.qxd

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Volume 62 Number 3 June 2011 ISSN 1351-0754 (Print) ISSN 1365-2389 (Online)

R. M. LARK

Pedometrics R. PAUL AND N. CRESSIE B. P. MARCHANT, A. M. TYE AND B. G. RAWLINS

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T. G. ORTON, K. W. T. GOULDING AND R. M. LARK

Lognormal block kriging for contaminated soil The assessment of point-source and diffuse soil metal pollution using robust geostatistical methods: a case study in Swansea (Wales, UK)

P. GOOVAERTS

D. ALLARD, D. D’OR AND R. FROIDEVAUX

An efficient maximum entropy approach for categorical variable prediction Sampling for validation of digital soil maps

M. A. NELSON, T. F. A. BISHOP, J. TRIANTAFILIS AND I. O. A. ODEH A. H. EUSTACE, M. J. PRINGLE AND R. J. DENHAM

An error budget for different sources of error in digital soil mapping A risk map for gully locations in central Queensland, Australia

A. E. MILNE, K. A. HASKARD, C. P. WEBSTER, I. A. TRUAN, K. W. T. GOULDING

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A. PAPRITZ, A. DÜMIG, C. ZIMMERMANN, H. H. GERKE, B. FELDERER, I. KÖGEL-KNABNER, W. SCHAAF AND R. SCHULIN

On the soil information content of visible–near infrared reflectance spectra From exploratory data analysis to geostatistical estimation: examples from the analysis of soil pollutants AND

R. M. LARK

Wavelet analysis of the correlations between soil properties and potential nitrous oxide emission at farm and landscape scales

Uncertainty of variance component estimates in nested sampling: a case study on the field-scale spatial variability of a restored soil

Lower images. Close-up of biological soil crust which can cover from 40% (and up to 90% in many undisturbed, non-grazed systems) of the soil surface (left); effects of wind on the soil (sand) surface (centre); and the roots of Lehmann’s lovegrass (Eragrostis lehmanniana Nees.) a common grass found in the southern Kalahari and adapted to local conditions (right).

January 2011

ENSO and Indian Ocean sea surface temperatures and their relationships with tropical temperate troughs over Mozambique and the Southwest Indian Ocean tropical temperate troughs; sea surface temperature; rainfall variability; Mozambique; cluster analysis; Southern Hemisphere planetary waves; moisture fluxes

ISSN 1351-0754 (Print) ISSN 1365-2389 (Online)

S. Sen Roy and N. Sen Roy

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A coherent geostatistical approach for combining choropleth map and field data in the spatial interpolation of soil properties An efficient maximum entropy approach for categorical variable prediction Sampling for validation of digital soil maps A geostatistical two-phase sampling strategy to map soil heavy metal concentrations in a former war zone An error budget for different sources of error in digital soil mapping A risk map for gully locations in central Queensland, Australia On the soil information content of visible–near infrared reflectance spectra

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